This page is still loading

Photos

Click on the headings below to see more photo pages.


Photo Page

close
Close Window

The Wight Way

Location: Fiordland, New Zealand

From The Catlins to Fiordland, the views take our breath away....this, apparently, is New Zealand.

2 Mar 2007, 6:27PM

The southernmost point...just the vast sea between us and Antarctica.

2 Mar 2007, 6:00PM

They get just a little bit of wind in The Catlins...

4 Mar 2007, 3:42PM

In the expanse of Milford Sound, even a 500 ft waterfall looks tiny.

4 Mar 2007, 2:16PM

A cheeky little kea (mountain parrot) begging for food.

4 Mar 2007, 4:20PM

Captain Battye at the helm

4 Mar 2007, 4:20PM

Views from the cruise of Milford Sound

4 Mar 2007, 7:00PM

Hiking the alpine trail and crossing at the base of the falls.

4 Mar 2007, 4:35PM

For our dear friend Dale...all roads lead to Dale Point.

5 Mar 2007, 9:49AM

There seem to be rainbows all over New Zealand and, incredibly, John seems to know exactly where the next one will be...

4 Mar 2007, 7:02PM

The kids' first snow all winter...time to take a bite!

5 Mar 2007, 4:06PM

Just to illustrate that there's plenty of imagination in New Zealand playgrounds.

5 Mar 2007, 3:04PM

What was the wight way, whis?



Close Window

They get just a little bit of wind in The Catlins...

Close Window

The southernmost point...just the vast sea between us and Antarctica.

Close Window

A cheeky little kea (mountain parrot) begging for food.

Close Window

In the expanse of Milford Sound, even a 500 ft waterfall looks tiny.

Close Window

Views from the cruise of Milford Sound

Close Window

Captain Battye at the helm

Close Window

For our dear friend Dale...all roads lead to Dale Point.

Close Window

Hiking the alpine trail and crossing at the base of the falls.

Close Window

The kids' first snow all winter...time to take a bite!

Close Window

There seem to be rainbows all over New Zealand and, incredibly, John seems to know exactly where the next one will be...

Close Window

What was the wight way, whis?

Close Window

Just to illustrate that there's plenty of imagination in New Zealand playgrounds.